UK Shared Parental Leave: How to Enter Partners SPL Dates When Mother Still on Maternity Leave (Doc ID 2005529.1)

Last updated on JULY 15, 2016

Applies to:

Oracle HRMS (UK) - Version 12.1 HRMS RUP7 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

12.1 HRMS RUP7
patch 20435679 SHARED PARENTAL LEAVE AND PAY CHANGES applied on 06-MAR-2015 15:07:52

When entering shared parental birth details as below
shared parental pay birth
due date 14-JUN-2015
qualifying week 01-MAR-2015

maternity leave start date 17-MAY-2015
maternity leave end date 03-OCT-2015
maternity leave weeks taken 20
SML end/curtailment date 03-OCT-2015

ShPL&P details
SPL weeks taken previously 0
SPL weeks available 32
mother SPL weeks selected 18
partner SPL weeks selected 14

mother shpp weeks selected 5
partner shpp weeks selected 14

shared parental birth notice
SPL start date 04-OCT-2015
Date Notice Given 10-MAR-2015
SPL end date 06-FEB-2016

mother spl start date 04-OCT-2015
mother spl end date 06-feb-2016
partner spl start date 28-JUN-2015
partner spl end date 03-oct-2016


get following error :

ERROR
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SSP_36857_NOTICE_DATE_INV



ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
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This is a valid scenario for Shared Parental Leave is that the mother (employee) is still on Maternity Leave while the partner (not an employee) begins taking Shared Parental Leave.

How do I enter this into the Notices form? The Notices form does not accept an SPL Start Date before 04-OCT-2015 because the Mother is still on Maternity Leave until then. However, this means that I then cannot enter a Partner SPL Start Date of 28-JUN-2015. I get the error message SSP_36857_NOTICE_DATE_INV. If I only enter the Mother SPL Start Date and End Date (04-OCT-2015 to 06-FEB-2016) then when I click on the Summary button, it allocates 18 weeks of ShPP to the Mother, which is not correct - the Partner should have the first 14 weeks ShPP available and the Mother just the remaining 5 weeks ShPP.




Cause

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